Antonio de Quintanilla

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Antonio de Quintanilla
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Royal Governor of Chiloé
In office
1820–1826
Monarch Ferdinand VII
Preceded by Ignacio María Justiz y Urrutia
Personal details
Born 1787
Pámanes, Spain
Died 1863
Almería, Spain
Military service
Allegiance Spain Spain
Rank Brigadier
Battles/wars

Chilean War of Independence

Antonio Quintanilla (Pámanes, Spain; 1787 - † Almería, Spain; 1863) was a Spanish brigadier and Governor of Chiloé from 1820-1826. While in charge of Chiloé he ordered in 1824 the construction of Fuerte Real de San Carlos.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Sahady Villanueva, Antonio; Bravo Sánchez, José; Quilodrán Rubio, Carolina (2011). "Fuertes españoles en Chiloé: las huellas de la historia en medio del paisaje insular". Revista INVI. 73 (26): 133–165. Retrieved 30 January 2016. 
Government offices
Preceded by
Ignacio María Justiz y Urrutia
Royal Governor of Chiloé
1820-1826
Succeeded by
None